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The Capital City Go-Go announce their training camp roster

Former high-level recruit Kyree Walker headlines a group of developmental prospects that Monumental Basketball hopes to evaluate this season.

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Kyree Walker at the SLAM Summer Classic in 2019
Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images

The Capital City Go-Go, the Washington Wizards’ G League team, released its training camp roster today. Both two-way players, Joel Ayayi and Cassius Winston, will lead the charge for a seemingly perimeter-oriented group. The only center listed on the roster is Jaime Echenique, who played for the Wizards in the 2021 NBA Summer League.

The 2021 training camp roster for the Capital City Go-Go
Washington Wizards PR department

Kyree Walker is one name to keep an eye on. Walker, a former top high school prospect, opted not to go to college to prepare for the NBA instead. He ultimately went undrafted before catching the attention of the Wizards’ front office. Walker was supposed to play Summer League for the Wizards but COVID protocols kept him from being able to participate in the event.

He’s the type of prospect the Wizards seem to like to take a chance on so expect him to be heavily featured early in the G League season. Walker, who hasn’t played high-level competitive games in several years, is an athletic wing with the potential to be an impact player if his jump shot improves.

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Kyree Walker driving against this year’s #2 pick Jalen Green
Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images

Guard Jordan Goodwin of Saint Louis University and forward Jordan Schakel of San Diego State, who both played for the Wizards in training camp and the preseason, will play for the Go-Go as well. We interviewed Goodwin on the Bleav in Wizards podcast during Summer League and he shared some good insight into several of his teammates and his interactions with head coach Wes Unseld Jr.

Rodney Pryor of Georgetown, Jachai Taylor, and Jermaine Haley were recent selections in Saturday’s G League draft. Devontae Shuler also had a short stint on the Wizards’ training camp roster. Wizards’ forward Isaiah Todd also seems likely to see time with the Go-Go.